This is the first in a series of tutorials designed to demonstrate the features of our No-Minimum integration. The video below will show you how to add a logo to a product and then how to share your shopping cart via email.
This is obviously not designed for every order on your site. But if a company emails you asking if you can print them 10 mugs and 25 pens then this function facilitates that very easily and makes the job worthwhile.
It's also great to use if you want to send a client something personalised to say thank you for an order you may have received from them.
Read more: Tutorial: How To Send a No Minimum Product to a Client for Purchase
Creating a quote in ProMart 2.0 is designed to be as easy as possible. The quote edit page is flexible and allows you to quote various different options to your clients to allow them to choose which they would like to proceed with. We can create a new quotation in a few different ways...
Read more: How to Create a Quotation
The easiest way to process a telephone enquiry on your ProMart 2.0 website is to log out and process the enquiry as if you were the customer themselves.
Ask the customer on the phone for the either the product name or the product SKU. (Stock Keeping Unit) This usually appears below the product features/description on the first tab or slide of the product page...
Read more: How to Convert a Telephone Enquiry To a Website Enquiry
As we grow and take on more clients we receive a lot of requests for new features in ProMart 2.0 As most our our clients know we are adding new features to the sites on a daily basis. Since our original launch in 2015 there have been 1222 separate code changes and additions to ProMart 2.0.
Read more: How To Request New Features
Creating proofs, mockups or visuals for clients can be hard when you don’t get provided with vector artwork from the offset. Sometimes sales staff will want to approach a prospect with a brochure of options, before they have even done any business with your company. On the other hand clients often send in poor quality jpg/png/gif/bmp files for use as artwork.
Either that or they will place one of the aforementioned formats into a PDF/AI/EPS file. It can often hurt or hamper orders when you are always throwing artwork back to potential and current customers because the quality is not good enough for print. Well over the years I have become an expert in finding logos and vector artwork for orders on the internet.
Read more: How Filetype:pdf Can Help You Find Vector Artwork
Ok well I thought I had Illustrator nailed. I was so confident of this I practically stopped learning it and concentrated on learning code and web design.
But today I learnt something new. I learnt this because I finally searched for an answer instead of saying we've always done it this way.
The "we've always done it this way" was simply sending artwork back to the client and asking for "fonts to be outlined". I've always said that because that's what I've always done. That was the answer then and I assumed that was the answer now. But it wasn't.
Read more: How to Outline Fonts in Acrobat when Illustrator Replaces With Default Font
Many suppliers send their images out in all shapes and sizes. These can be hard to work with sometimes as websites and quote software can sometimes do strange things with long and wide images.
They are also all various file sizes and resolutions and generally have little consistency
Generally a website promotional product image will not need to be more than 500x500 pixels at a resolution of 72dpi.
There are various pieces of software that can resize your images on mass. None work with quite the same finesse as photoshop though.
Read more: How to Make all Your Images Square in Photoshop